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ArvinMeritor launches new system for ordering and inventory flexibility

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- ArvinMeritors Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket (CVA) business unveiled during Heavy Duty Aftermar...

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — ArvinMeritors Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket (CVA) business unveiled during Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW), its new Meritor All-Makes Air Systems Program.

Available immediately, the program provides a complete portfolio of all-makes air valves, air compressors, air dryers and cartridges, and air hose assemblies.

“This program has been launched to provide our customers greater flexibility in their air systems inventory in addition to overall ordering simplicity,” said Joe Mejaly, vice-president and general manager of CVA. “Purchases from various suppliers can be consolidated, while remanufactured products can be converted to outright products without core charges and administrative efforts.”

From the onset, the program will include 1,000 part numbers to accommodate various vehicle requirements. This is in addition to the existing portfolio of Meritor WABCO products such as Tractor, Truck, Bus and Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS).

Remanufactured products will also be available for those customers that prefer a core-based program. In addition to providing customers with increased alternatives for their air systems portfolios, the program is backed by ArvinMeritor’s support system. Customers can count on experienced district sales managers, online parts ordering system, customer service teams for quick/reliable answers, and a large array of supporting literature.

“This support factor is a key element in our new program,” commented Mejaly. “Customers can obtain their air system products from numerous sources, what they can’t get from those sources is the support we provide to help them grow their business.”

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